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Neither of us have watched Neighbours in 15-20 years, but as a child I had really wanted to visit Ramsay Street, or as I now know it, Pin Oak Court, so I booked for us to go on the tour while we were in Melbourne....More
Having watched the show for many years it was a definite that we went on this tour while touring Australia. Thoroughly enjoyed the tour made by our guide Chris and all the places he took us to but would have dearly loved to have seen...More
My partner is the neighbours fan and I suffer through episodes each week. The tour was nicely done, with a guide who kept the banter up and tour interesting for someone who is not a neighbours groupie.
Even though the "star" we supposed to meet...More
As someone who grew up watching Neighbours, it was a no brainer to do this tour whilst in Melbourne. Whilst I enjoyed the tour, I have to say it didn’t quite live up to the money spent - we saw the street where we could...More
I think this tour is not good value and you would need to be a real Neighbours fanatic to get anything out of this. The office at Flinders Street is just a small shop with no facilities or toilets. The bus is a standard 20...More
If you're in Melbourne and a Neighbours fan, then I would do the Neighbours tour.
Don't expect to go to all the locations - you're not allowed to go where they're filming (so I didn't get to see the Lassiter complex area) - but the...More
Tour guide is real life son of Judy Bryant from the old Prisoner days. He's a crack up. Very informative but with as sense of humour. Mostly English tourists who know every detail. I found the the whole thing quite good and the tourists very...More
I took 2 tours with them when I visited--Penguins & Sunset Great Ocean Road.
Pick up was at 10:30am from hotel, then leaving from the tour office in CBD at about 11am. I was returned to my hotel between midnight and 12:20am.
Both tours had...More
A waste of money what a ripoff we went to the street we all had photos of the street then off to the Television studio all you can see is the top of the house's the we were told by our guide that they were...More
This is a must if you are a neighbours fan. The tour visits the street which is Ramsey street and then a tour around the familiar sets in the studio. If you book a mid week tour you may not necessarily get access to the...More
Full of discovery and delight, Melbourne’s laneways tease the imagination long after you’ve put your weary feet up to rest. They weave through the heart of the city: cafes, bars, restaurants and boutiques, throbbing with conversation and espresso coffee. You never quite know what you’ll find around the next corner: cobblestone alleys, old beer barrel hoists and even vats of simmering organic soup. There is the air
of Berlin in the street art, a touch of Paris in the umbrella-shaded cafes and, reminiscent of Rome, eateries tucked away in the most unlikely of places. Perhaps you might want a break and cross the Yarra River to Southbank - walk along the promenade, bask in the sun at a waterside bar and decide whether to go to the nearby casino or book a ticket at the Melbourne theatre company.
Response from madcopper | Reviewed this property |
we did the midweek your and met the 'star' (someone is never heard of who left the show 6or7 years ago and now helps out writing though was a good laugh). we also went on set even though they were filming but it is a bit... More
we did the midweek your and met the 'star' (someone is never heard of who left the show 6or7 years ago and now helps out writing though was a good laugh). we also went on set even though they were filming but it is a bit of a chance to do that, the weekend is the only guarantee to see the set. Well worth doing if your in Melbourne as it's a.piece of modern day history and a laugh...
Response from BunyipTours | Property representative |
Hi There - Stefanie here from the Official Neighbours Tours. Our main departure point for this tour is located at 570 Flinders Street near the corner of Spencer Street. The most cost effective way of getting to us from the... More
Hi There - Stefanie here from the Official Neighbours Tours. Our main departure point for this tour is located at 570 Flinders Street near the corner of Spencer Street. The most cost effective way of getting to us from the airport is via Skybus - the terminal is approx. 5 to 10 minutes on foot from the departure point. There are a number of fantastic hotels and hostels all around us including the ones mentioned by other travelers here. We look forward to having you on tour and are pretty sure you will enjoy it. Any other questions feel free to get in touch!! Happy travels!!